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PAGE SIX'

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Student Fees Raised at Kansas State
To Improve Football, Draw Crowds

MSU THIS WEEKEND:
Icers Demolish Ohio Teams

WICHITA, Kan. R)-Students'
wallets may help provide bigger
and better football at Kansas
State University.
At least school officials hope so.
President James A. McCain has
approved a proposal to increase
student fees to $9.50 per year to
finance a crash program aimed at
beefing up Kansas State's football
fortunes.
"Due to our team's own uncom-
petitiveness, we cannot fill our
stadium for a football game and
cannot fill other schools' stadiums
either." he said last night. "It's

going to take money to make us
competitive.
Not Carrying Share
"My greatest alarm is that, in
effect, we are not carrying our
share of the financial load in the
Big Eight Conference."
The university has 9,100 stu-
dents this year and a normal en-
rollment increase is expected to
produce $87,000 for the athletic
budget through the higher stu-
dent fees.
The proposal was worked out by
a faculty council and had its for-
mal origin in the Student-Facul-

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New York/Bermuda .
New York/San Juan
Miami/San Juan .. .
Miami/Nassau .,...
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Montego 69.00
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ty-Alumni Athletic Council. Re-
quired action by the Student Sen-
ate is expected within two weeks.
The proposal then goes to the
State Board of Regents.
Temporarily Higher
McCain emphasized the higher
student fees would be temporary.
Normal expansion of enrollment
and better gate receipts for im-
proved football performances
should begin picking up the tab
within five years.
School off iicals see, the univer-
sity's immediate need as 30 more
football scholarships to augment
80 available, and one more assist-
ant to bring Coach Doug Weaver's
staff to seven.
In St. Louis, Weaver described
the school's new approach to ath-
letics as "exciting. After 50 years,
we're finally going to have the
tools for a football program."
Increased Budget
Weaver, on a recruiting visit to
East Missouri, said: "We're plan-
ning on increased budget provi-
sions for recruiting and scholar-
ships as well as for improved fa-
cilities."
Anticipated expense above the
present year's budget include $20,-
000 more for recruiting and $41,-
250 for scholarships and $31,436
more for coaches' salaries.
K-State's athletic program was
in the red by $77,000 at the end of
last football season. McCain said
$110,000 is needed to bring the
football program up to the level of
other schools in the Big Eight.
The proposed athletic budget
for 1964-65 calls for an increase
of $148,000.
"We are not going to break rules
and we are not going to infringe
on unethical practices," McCain
said. "We're not out to win cham-
pionships year after year, break-
ing even would be enough.
"I am against excesses in ath-
letics, but unfortunately, athlet-
ics affect the whole program of a
university."

By JIM TINDALL
Michigan's varsity hockey team
literally devoured teams from
Ohio University and Ohio State
University this past weekend.
The team is now averaging over
nine goals per game, thanks to
victories of 14-0 and 21-0, a new
school record, Friday and Satur-
day nights.
Michigan's three .centers, Wil-
fred Martin, Mel Wakabayashi,
and Captain Gordie Wilkie tallied
15 goals and 14 assists themselves
Martin picked up 7 goals and 4
assists, Wakabayashi garnered 6
goals and 4 assists, and Wilkie got
2 goals and 6 assists for the week-
end.
The Maize and Blue were sim-
ply better skaters, heavier physic-
ally, and more experienced than
either of their two opponents.
The Ohio University game was
marred by an equal number of
penalties as goals-14. Although
Michigan was in control the entire
game, goalie Bob Gray was called
on to make 22 saves.
Against Ohio State, the Wolver-
ines moved the puck at their
leisure all over the ice. The de-
fense was effective, as goalie Bill
Bieber was only asked to make 6
saves throughout the entire game.
Goalie Bob Gray saw his first ac-
tion outside of the nets, as he
scored twice, his first being the
record-breaking 18th goal.
These two games were no more
than offensive warmups for this
weekend's pair of games with
Michigan State. Although the
Spartans only have one victory in
six conference games, as opposed
to the Wolverines' five victories
in six WCHA games, the outcome
of this weekend's home-away ser-
ies is as unpredictable as any
Michigan-Michigan State game,
but the experts give the Wolver-
ines a definite edge.
As a result of last weekend's ac-
tion, Wilkie moved up into a tie
with Gary Butler for the team
leao in total points. Martin moved
past Butler in goals scored. He
now has 26 to Butler's 23. Wilkie's
point output is aided by 31 as-
sists, the highest total on the
team.
Sophomore Tom Polonic leads
all defensemen on the team with
six goals and 23 assists for 29
points. However, Barry MacDon-

Iowa Grapplers Strong
Without Former Champs
By TOM ROWLAND
They'll arrive Saturday after-
noon without their two Big Ten
champions of last winter, but
Iowa's matmen will be making a
strong bid to unseat the team that
took the conference title away _'
from them in that same Big Ten
meet a year ago.
Although the Iowa-Michigan
meet this weekend won't have any
real bearing on who gets the Big
Ten title this year, the winner
will have to get a big rating as ...
the team to beat when the con-
ference teams assemble during the
first week of March.
The Hawkeyes finished second
to Coach Cliff Keen's grapplers in
1963, edged out by a 52-42 mar
gin. This year both Iowa individ-
ual medalists, Tom Huff at 137 ,
and Steve Combs at 167, have
graduated, but seven lettermen
have returned, and the Hawkeyes NORMAN PARKER
have to be counted on to be strong .. Iowa stronghold
again in the race for the top.
Norman Parker, Big Ten run-
ner-up at 130 -pounds who posted
a 12-0 dual meet record in 1963,
Track Meet.. ..
Michigan's triangular track
meet with Notre Dame and In- } 44,
diana has been rescheduled for
Friday evening. Field events
will begin at 6:30 p.m. and the
running events will start at
7 p.m.

Tour: New York/San Juan ..158.00
includes all air, hotels, sightseeing, and
other features.
Summer 1964
(Ask about new fares)
New York/London: 21 day .. 300.00
excursion
Economy fares: off season . .399.00
on season ............. ,.434.50
Europe tours $12.00 per day, com-
pletely inclusive.
-Student tours
-Art tours
-Music tours
*plus tax
CONLIN TRAVEL BUREAU, Inc.

-Daily-Jim Lines
WAK WACKS-Mel Wakabayashi (9), sophomore scoring sensa-
tion, shoots the puck into the net here against Michigan Tech.
Junior Jack Cole (6) is ready for the rebound. Wakabayashi col-
lected six goals and four assists last weekend against Ohio State
and Ohio University.

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Scores

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NHL
Montreal 4, Toronto 0
Chicago 5, New York 2
NBA
Baltimore 121, Philadelphia 115
Cincinnati 147, Detroit 121
Boston at Los Angeles (inc)

aid with eight goals has scored two
more -than any other defenseman
and is second in total points at
his position with 18.
Offensive Demons
G A TP P PIM
Gray, g 2 0 2 3 6
Bieber,g 0 0 0 0 0
Polonic, d 6 23 29 21 56
Henderson, g 1 8 9 7 14
Day, d 0 6 6 2 4
Dechaine, f 3- 12 15 2 4
Cole, f 15 16 31 10 20
Martin, c 26 18 44 2 4
Hood, f 8 13 21 5 10
Wakab'ashi, c 13 11 24 1 2
Ferguson , f 7 13 20 8 24
Galipeau, d 2 5 7 11 22
Coristine, f 9 15 24 4 16
MacDonald, d 8 10 18 17 34
Forrest, f 4 7 11 3 6
Read, f 6 10 16 *8 *16
Newton, d 1 4 5 3 6
Butler, f 23 21 44 7 14
Wilkie, c 13 31 44 4 8
*-Served two-minute team penalty.
MICH. Totals 147 224 371 117 264
Opp. Totals 40 52 92 68 153
GUYS
Don't Forget
That Haircut
ARCADE BARBERS
6 Nickels Arcade

NCAA TOURNEY:
Committee -
To Pick East
Puck Teams,
By The Associated Press.
NEW HAVEN, Conn. - Victor
Stout of Boston, Norman Wood of
Princeton and George Menard of
St. Lawrence were named yester-
day to select the East team for the
NCAA hockey tournament.
Murray Murdock of Yale, chair-
man of the NCAA Hockey Rules
Committee, said the three-man
W e s t e r n selection committee
would be named later.
RPI Wins Two
NEW YORK - Renesselaer's
hockey team won two games last
week and Harvard lost three,
sending RPI to the top of the
over-all standings in Eastern col-
lege hockey.
RPI has an 11-2 record accord-
ing to figures released yesterday
by the Eastern College Athletic
Conference. Clarkson, idle last
week, is a close second at 11-2-1
while Harvard slipped to ninth
at 11-5.

is the big gun. Parker snatched
the conference title at 123 pounds
two years ago, and last year had
to forfeit in the 130 finals due to
a shoulder injury. Moving up the
weight scale, he'll probably be at
137-pounds against the Wolverines
Saturday afternoon.
Joe Greenless, 157-pounder, was
fourth in the conference last win-
ter at 147-he'll be back along
with fellow lettermen Bill Fuller
(130), Dave Kohl (157), Jay Rob-
erts (167), and Roger Schilling,
heavyweight.
Morris Barnhill, a 1960 letter-
man back after a stint in the serv-
ice, should be at 123-pounds, and
Melvin Wieland is best bet at 177.
Last year Michigan scored a
17-12 victory over the Hawkeyes
as Chris Stowell notched a pin
over Schilling in. the final period
of the 177-pound bout.
While the Wolverines are 5-0 in
the Big Ten this winter, Iowa has
won over Illinois, Wisconsin, Min-
nesota, Indiana, and Purdue, but
the Hawkeyes lost to Northwest-
ern, 19-7. Michigan nipped the
Wildcats in this year's closest Blue
win, 14-11.
Michigan's other Big Ten vic-
tories have been over Wisconsin,
Purdue, Illinois, and Ohio State.
The grapplers only have to face
Iowa, Michigan State, and Min-
nesota before entering the Big
Ten Championships.

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ROGER SCHILLING
... anchorman
WIN FIRST GAME:
'M' Women
To Test MSU
In Basketball
After winning its first basket-
ball game of the season last Sat-
urday against Jackson Junior Col-
lege, Michigan's Women cagers
travel to East Lansing this Satur-
day in hopes of winning its second
straight victory.
Sukie Bradnard was high scorer
in last Saturday's 39-18 victory.
Other members of the starting
"six" are Brenda Bolay, Sue Ker-
erer, Carol ,Leggett, Jackie Graves
~nd Connie Miller. The first two
substitutes are Sue Neuman and
Helen Morsink.

SKI CAROUSEL MOUNTAIN
HOLLAND, MICHIGAN.

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This Weekend
Base .............. 10"
Powder ..........Making
artifical snow
Conditions........'Good

Chair Lifts, T-Bar, 4 Electric
Rope Tows, Ski Shop, Rentals,
Certified Ski School, Snow Ma-
chine, Night Skiing, Lodging
and Restaurant.

SPRING SKiNG HOLIDAY IN THE LAURENTIANS
Sponsored by the University of MICHIGAN UNION
MARCH 21, SATURDAY

2:00 P.M.
3:15 P.M.
3:45 P.M.

Group Rendez-vous at Michigan Union
Leave Michigan Union, via chartered
motorcoaches
Arrive Detroit, Michigan Central Station--
(Group will board chartered Canadian
Pacific rail coach)
Leave Detroit

JUST 21/2 HOURS FROM ANN ARBOR
Take 1-96 to Grand Rapids, then M-21 to Holland

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4:25 P.M.
MARCH 22,
7:40 A.M.
9:40 A.M.
MARCH 23,
9;05 A.M.
7:00 P.M.
7:30-8:30
9:00
MARCH 24,
Evening
MARCH 25,
Evening
MARCH 26,
Evening
MARCH 27,

SUNDAY
AArive Montreal, Windsor Station (Group
will board chartered motorcoaches)
Arrive at Mont Gabriel Lodge, Mont
Gabriel, Quebec
SKI HOLIDAY BEGINS! After getting set-
tled in delux twin bedded rooms with pri-
vate baths, balance of day will be free for
ski instructions and skiing on Mont Gab-
riel's 1f4sruns and slopes (serviced by 8
T Bar lifts.)
After dinner in Lodge, movie and welcome
by ski school instructor. Music begins for
nightly dance in Hush Hush Bar, open to
all guests.
MONDAY
Ski instructions start
Breakfast, luncheon, dinner in Lodge
Get acquainted cocktail party in Hush Hush
Bar
Dinner
Dancing in Hush Hush Bar
TUESDAY
Breakfast, luncheon, dinner in Lodge.
Morning ski instructions-
free skiing in afternoon
(Shopping excursion into village optional)
Dance and night skiing (very night; music
by Frank Pavan and Trio)
WEDNESDAY
Breakfast, luncheon, dinner in Lodge.
Morning ski instructions-
free skiing in afternoon
Songfest; dance; night skiing
THURSDAY
Breakfast, luncheon, dinner in Lodge.
Morning ski instructions-
free skiing in afternoon
Torch light parade and masquerade on skiis
-everyone in costume, plus dancing and
singing in Hush Hush Bar afterwards.
FRIDAY
Breakfast, luncheon, dinner in Lodge.
Morning ski instructions-
free skiingĀ° in afternoon
Ski, race fo rguests
Evening Entertainment: Dance for all
guests; Presentation of Awards to Race
winners. (Sleigh Ride can be arranged
any night)
SATURDAY

STUDENTS!
EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY TO
RENT YOUR APT.
THIS SUMMER

" We are

planning td run a

special APARTMENT SUP-
PLEMENT in the Sunday,
March 1 issue of The Daily.

This supplement will

also

be distributed throughout
the campus area March 2.

* We will

be running

a spe-

cial "CLASSY-FIND" sec-
tion in which your ad can
get campus-wide circula-
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Breakfast, luncheon at Lodge.
Mon inn sci instruction and

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